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Health Communication and Young People: Setting the Scene

Health Communication and Young People: Setting the Scene

Health Communication and Young People: Setting the Scene

Dick Churchill and Deborah Christie
Dick Churchill and Deborah Christie
on behalf of Health Education England

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Launch date: 19 Mar 2018
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Last updated: 16 Apr 2018

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Young people, parents, and health professionals each enter any health consultation with their own agenda and preconceived ideas. These will have an impact on the communication that subsequently takes place. In this session we describe some of the attitudes, emotions and issues that may affect the consultation and suggest ways by which it is possible to influence these in order to achieve a more positive outcome.

Objectives

By the end of this session you will be able to:
• List some of the attitudes and ideas that young people, parents and health professionals have about communicating with each other
• Consider how your expectations about a consultation will influence effectiveness
• Consider how to create opportunities to meet with young people in independent consultations
• Evaluate when it is important to meet with young people alone
Dick Churchill and Deborah Christie

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Dick Churchill and Deborah Christie
on behalf of Health Education England

Dr Deborah Christie is a Consultant Clinical Psychologist, Honorary Reader and Clinical Lead for Paediatric and Adolescent Psychological Services at University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. She works with young people searching for ways to live with chronic illness including diabetes, obesity, arthritis, chronic fatigue and chronic pain syndromes. Current research interests include neuropsychological outcomes in children and adolescent survivors of meningitis, quality of life measures in chronic illness and the development of effective multidisciplinary interventions for diabetes and obesity in children and adolescents.

DDick Churchill is a part–time GP in Nottingham and Associate Clinical Professor in the Division of Primary Care at the University of Nottingham Medical School. He has both clinical and research interests in the health of young people and in mental health issues. He is a member of the RCGP Adolescent Task Group.

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  • Health Education England
  • 0.50 Units -
    Exam Pass Rate: 60

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